íwSlFÜL ESCAPE. Belated by a Keeper of the Michigan State Prison at Jackson. (From the Jackson Citizen.') Mr A. E. Wing resides at 612 N. Jack8on Street, Jackson, Mich. He is a keeper in the Michigan State Prison, a man of sterling integrity, and whose word is beyond dispute. He tells the following story of a wonderful escape, and the incidente conuected with the dangerous position in which he was placed. He says, some months ago my attention was attracted by a swelling of my groins, which began to increase in size to such an extent that I was alarmed. It spread down my legs to my feet, and I was bloated from my waist down, so badly that I could not pull my pants, over my legs, and I had to openmy shoes fully two inches before I could get them on. Even my face became puffed up ; and my whole system seemed affected. I could hardly drag myself upstairs to unlock my men. I consulted a physician, oiíe of the best in the city. He said the swelling was caused by an irritation of the kidneys, and I commenced treatment with liim. But I seemed to be getting worse. I wiis strongly urged by a friend to try Doan's Kidney Pilis, and I flnally consented. Af ter the flrst week I commenced to see a change, and feit much better. This was encouraging, and I continued tueir use. I took flve boxes in all, with the happy result that I was completely cured. I bave neverheard of any medicine which had such a pronounced and radical effect, and yet not affect the system generally and ieave it, in such a good condition. I feel better now than I ever did. After the effect was once established the swelling gradually disappeared until it was entirely gone. I "regard Doan's Kidney Pilis as a most wonderful agent in the curing of auy form of kidney disorder. For sale by all dealers - price, 50 cents per box. Mailed by Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the ü. S. Rcmetnber the name, Doan's, and take no oiher.